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2311. Source of DNA for a Reporter Construct - How to PCR the promoter region of interest? (reply: 1)
2312. Fast protocol for RNA agarose gel electrophoresis - (reply: 1)
2313. how to know a sequene for a specific gene & produce it - (reply: 5)
2314. Gene insertion without desired unique restriction sites - (reply: 3)
2315. Different colonies sequence - (reply: 6)
2316. primer design - (reply: 6)
2317. Why can't genomic DNA be stored at 2-8 for long periods? - (reply: 10)
2318. Inability to duplicate PCR results - (reply: 8)
2319. Genomic DNA from Blood Kits - (reply: 2)
2320. How to find upstream genomic sequence of a gene? - (reply: 2)
2321. Reverse Sequences - (reply: 2)
2322. Amplfy vector - How to amplify vector (reply: 2)
2323. Ugrent help in oligo insertion - (reply: 3)
2324. ATP synthesis in Glycolysis, Electron Transport Chain, Citric Acid Cycle - Can someone please help me explain the different atp synthesis reactio (reply: 1)
2325. DNA concentration and Genome - (reply: 1)
2326. The protocol for double digestion with BamHI and SacI - (reply: 15)
2327. stable transfection - V5-tag antibody (reply: 1)
2328. GAPDH Tissue Distribution - (reply: 1)
2329. Simple ethanol precipitation was a disaster and have no idea why! - (reply: 7)
2330. Oligo concentration determination - Is this correct? (reply: 2)
2331. Keeping check of an In-situ hybridisation experiment in general and making good - (reply: 4)
2332. Anyone using AppBiosys TaqMan Gene Expression Assays in LightCycler or RotorGene - (reply: 2)
2333. template for PCR for cloning purposes, miniprep or maxiprep? - (reply: 3)
2334. RNA extraction 260/230 ratio - (reply: 6)
2335. cDNA evaluation and quantification - (reply: 5)
2336. Experimental Design Problem for RNA FISH - (reply: 1)
2337. cytoplasmic/nuclear fraction - (reply: 1)
2338. Ligation/Transformation problems & 260/230 ratio of vector - (reply: 4)
2339. Nonradiactive labelling of probes - (reply: 1)
2340. Accidently heated up the wrong DNA. Damage? - (reply: 2)